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. and this guy on the bottom left, charles daley opened a place called the annex. he really called it a coffee saloon. you might call it a cafe of its time. does anybody here know where the sunset district is? a couple of people. good. over there. well, on the map you can see the sunset district is this big block south of golden gate park. this big grid pattern. it's very large. it's one of the largest districts in san francisco. this map, this grid pattern was actually created way back in the 1860's with the streets going -- crossing each other at right angles. we have numbered streets and lettered streets. but, even though this map was created in the 1860's, if you went out to the sunset district as late as the 1890's, you wouldn't see these nice grid streets. what you would see is something like this. the sunset district was almost completely sandunes with little patches of scrub here or there. it was thought to be uninhabitable by a lot of people. some people actually put that on the map, called the great sand waste or the great sand bank. it was cold, foggy. there was no infrastructure ou
they are not going to cover it. -- to to school to check take care of my patients to the best-of-five bill daley -- the best of my ability. healthcare is so bad. it is about the numbers, not the patients. how can we give that care and feelyou and your loved one special and if everything being taken away from us? we do not have the right drugs to cover the sick patients. we do not have enough staff because the hospital needs to make money. something needs to be done about patient safety. this issueear that affects everyone no matter where they are and is critical to the success of our nation. dear mr. president, no matter what side of the fence people are on, our health care system is at a turning point. we need to make over -- make sure america is ready so as americans we can move forward. next, a discussion about women in politics. a forum on the growing numbers of refugees around the world, followed by a discussion on refugees and disease outbreaks and refugee settlements. larry pratt,s," executive director of gun owners of america. sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern on c- span. >> the
cities seeing close to a foot of snow or more. >> 15.2 inches in bismarck today, this may break the daley's no record for the month of april. >> i do not like north dakota right now. >> this note is just getting worse and worse. my head is already full of ice and i feel bad about that other people tried to remain positive, and especially some north dakota farmers who had been working for precipitation. >> it is always unpredictable in north dakota, and this is a little bit annoying but we are happy to get the moisture. >> north dakota is no stranger to delayed spring weather. >> the best thing about this is that because this is april we know that this will not last too long, i hope. that looks miserable. is notso glad that this us. >> a perfect day to day. what a few clouds but the temperatures were the same as yesterday and we really hit the jackpot this weekend. there is going to be an unsettled element for the coming week. i think fathat -- this is the radar. the big bull's-eye over washington and just west of there, the green blob. that should not be there. put the picture back. these
. he let colonel daley squat in there essentially. he went out every morning, walked along the beach. whatever washed up he brought back to his shed and created quite a large little compound of old bottles, shoes, anything that washed up. a ship wreck. provided a bunch of lumber. he made a sleeping loft in his cabin. for a while he had a wife. she didn't wash up in the waves. but she did eventually wash out. she couldn't handle cooking in the sandunes every night, creating a fire. so she left him sometime in the late 18920 -- 1890's. but daley took one of those cars we were talking about and opened this little coffee saloon where he sold sandwiches, doughnuts, and little items to the picnicers who came out to the beach on the weekends. and soon other people, they kind of were charmed by this little old horse car that was being used as a store. and they asked if it was possible that they could rent a car on his land. and he said, ok, $5 a month you can have a little car clubhouse in the land that he owned at the beach. so you see off in the distance that white shed. that's the colonel
at the transfer station. >> reporter: the reason the legislation was put forward is in daley city, different plastic bags were getting on the beaches. it's good, sound legislation. i'm looking forward to making sure we keep our environment pristine. >> residents were encouraged to drop off anything they want to and pick up composition. volunteers fanned out to collect garbage. there were earth day events going on today, tomorrow and monday. >>> here is a beautiful day in the bay area. a live look over san francisco tonight. just gorgeous. you can see the fall coming in and the wind as well. a warm day. it's about to get warmer tomorrow. anthony fills us in. >>> a wildfire is burning out of control. we'll have the latest. we've made major advancements in reducing the incidents of broken bones in seniors. we've received recognition for getting hypertension under control for over 80% of our members. we've made significant advances in asthma, immunization and maternity care. and j.d. power and associates ranked us highest in member satisfaction among health plans in california. we're focusing on
of finance. today i am joined by nate cruise, one of our financial analysts, and peter daley of the maritime division and john daul. the three of them make up the team for pier 27 cruise ship terminal. so as the commission is aware, the first phase of construction of the james r. herman project is complete. and the authority is using the facility for the village. and phase 2 includes a build-out of security offices and other maritime improvements. the building is 90,000 square feet. it has an upstairs space and downstairs space over two floors it has ground transportation area of 400 parking places. and will have 2.5 acre public park, thanks to the san francisco voters and security gate and public access tip. the reason i am here today is to present the commission an understanding of the factors that will drive revenues up and down. this is in preparation of the port commission management agreement in the summer. commissioner murphy, for your information the port staff has issued a proposal for january of this year. we will be having informational presentation from the two respondents, that
daley from private practice, and that's his son. they have a youtube channel and do all kinds of cool videos. i have to say i like this one. >> men, stop ordering turkey burgers, order a burger or not. women, stop ordering veggie burgers, get a burger or don't. we respect you. old people -- don't be racist and sexist. we know you're from another time, but you're living in our time now, don't be a douche. >> i like this, because they are completely indiscriminate. >> women, men -- >> babies? stop crying on airplanes, we get that you're not having a good time, but guess what? nobody is. everybody stop talking about how many miles per gallon your car gets. stop it. you're being a douche. everybody? stop telling me you don't watch tv. we know you watch netflix and google, you're being a douche. >> equal opportunity douche-baggery. >> we all have a little bit of douche in us. >> stop what you're doing right now and live your life a little less douche. >>> real or fake the show, let's get into it. >> with videos that might fool you. >> see them all and find out which one is trying to trick
thingser out with jim warren and joe williams, of the new york daley news. and before it started civil rights was dischargely a local issue, before it was over, the entire world was watching. and later, two teenagers, a youtube video, and struggle for civil rights every be it as important as the one 50 years ago. [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of. why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away if you experience a sudden decrease or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. you know who is coming on to me now? you know the kind o
marin county 41 01 southbound. >> the time is 6:50 a.m.. the chief san francisco mayor daley will sign legislation today, that will require upgrades of some buildings so they are safer in the event of an earthquake. the new law will require more than 3000 soph story buildings in sampras's go to be retrofitted. the price tag to be anywhere from 60,000 to $150,000 to update each building. if you're when a soft story building, the landlord can appear went depending on your in come. >> renters who make less than the average san francisco and, seven $5,000 a year will be exempt from rent increases brought about by retrofitting. >> general motors has unveiled a new diesel version of its share of cruze. it gets 46 mi. per gallon on the highway making it more efficient compared to some hybrid vehicles. the diesel cruze goes on sale next month in select markets, it will then go nationwide this fall. it beats its closest competitor, the diesel volkswagen jeddah, which is 42 mi. per gallon on the highway. the regular pre is still does better at 48 mi. per gallon. you can get your hands on a diese
xanex, vicodin, and norcos. >> sampras's go mayor daley is heading to baltimore for a day of community service in honor of a ravens super bowl victory over the niners. merely will meet up with baltimore's mayor where they will start the day of by learning to make crab cakes. it also agreed to third graders at a city public school, as well as paint and repair a police station. he says that he believes a the day of service will " strengthen the relationship between the cities and promote the relationship between the cities and promote volunteerism. get 3 years interest-free financing on brand name mattress sets. the relationship between the cities and promote volunteerism. plus, get free delivery and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. sleep train's interest-free for 3 event ends sunday! ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ new nehoney bunches of oats greek yoherehe we go.e grain. honehoy corncoflakes and chunks of greek yogurt. i'i'm tasting both the yogurt and the honey at the same time. i'm like digging this yogurt thing. i feelfe healthy. new how ney bunches of oats g
. daley sold the shotgun at a gun show in arizona, he never had to perform a background check. after the shooting at the las vegas courthouse, mr. daley was found to have an expired federal permit for selling weapons, and because of that, he was convicted. but, mr. president, mr. daley admirably has stepped forward. he admits having sold dozens of guns that were linked to violent crimes. i repeat, today mr. daley admirably wishes he had done more to keep the guns he sold out of the hands of criminals, and he has -- and he has stated many times that expanded background checks is the best way to do that. most gun owners, most gun dealers are responsible, law-abiding people. they love and respect firearms. they're sportsmen who hunt, they may take their weapons when they go hunting -- i'm sorry, fishi fishing. these are people who enjoy targeting shooting, who no longer hunt but they like to go out and plunk or they like to go to a range and shoot. they're citizens who simply want to protect themselves, their homes and their families. a better background check law won't infringe on se
on the program tonight. bill daley former f.b.i. and agency. we want to direct your attention you can look at it on foxnew it is.comwith bret baier is next. so we are looking at the video here. greg, you mentioned stuff
out. >> we will come back to you in a moment. we will go with bill daley who is a former investigator with the fbi. as are you listening to this and hearing the -- we will be with bill in a few minutes. for now we will go back to you, mike if you are still l. mike if you are still there to talk about some of the statements the fbi is coming out with. and you were saying it just sounds interesting that they are at that point saying the suspects are not connected with the bombing. >> we heard earlier in the evening that it was just associated with a robbery. we largely stood down and kept an eye on it. but it is reasonable in a big city you have a rob brewy and unfortunately you -- a robbery and unfortunately you have an officer lost their life. as things progressed and as it became clear these guys were armed to the tee this is the kind of thing that -- or at least you can get the information these guys were armed to the tee and it was the thing that we want. >> mike, we are going to get back in a moment and we had interference there. we will go to andrea napolitano now. listening to t
was thinking of dean smith, coach k currently. go back to john wooden. chuck daley, phil jackson. they would never motivate and try to inspire people by doing this. >> greta: how about bobby knight? >> well, he did it in the past. the difference is, is that, first of all, it was a bit of a different day and age. second of all, that is not to dismiss it because he was abusive at that time. and a he paid the penalty for it. but also bobby knight won and won regularly. rice's record was 44-51. he was 16-38 in the the conference. >> greta: do you get immunity if you have a winning record for that kind of bullying behavior? >> no, i don't think so. i don't think you you get immunity at all and i don't think bobby knight got immunity. he was the poster child up until now and now replaced by mike rice. this cannot be tolerated. they are there and put in place to motivate guys, to get them to be better. to be looked up to and admired. but you know, this is a failure in all of our beg institutions. look at what goes on in the churches with the priests. what goes on with the coaches, jerry sandusky.
more. liz: we have bill daley, a former fbi investigator standing right here with us. when you hear that there may be a person of interest and we are hearing that this person has burns on his body and is actually under guard at one of the boston hospitals, how these possibly like that? what are you looking for when there is mass chaos and confusion? >> when is a personal interest, it is someone who just generally has some questions about their behavior, where their work, why they're injured in a certain way, what they were found with. does not mean that this is a suspect. we have been very careful about this for a number of years not to call someone a suspect which later turns out it is not. how he said that, probably suggest that the person either could not explain why there were there because there were found with something that seemed to be suspicious, maybe others said they saw this person either putting something down or pressing a button are doing something that would draw attention to them, and that is why the police have got to take this person as a person of interest. >> le
they want to finish the job. >> we are joine martha: we are joined by bill daley with control risk security consulting. a lot has happened since the last time you were on i believe yesterday. what do you think now that we are getting a little bitore of a picture of who niece suspects are, and -- who these suspects are and where do you think this young suspected terrorist might be? >> that is one of the immediate things police have to do. i'm looking at this investigation holistically. there are three steps here. there is the more immediate, and near and long term issues. the more immediate is what they are doing, door to door, house to house, he could be sitting in a lot of of a garage, we don't know, he could have um judge -pd into the river and gone down a few blocks and come back in. we don't know where the individual is. the manhunt by the police and fbi and all the regional forces is focused there. that is the immediate issue. the near term is understanding who he may have been connected with. are there any weapons or devices out there. is this a web or just two brothers who worked tog
daley take issue and say we're going to deny us financing to candidates who voted against this as a way to levy a punishment. but one potential downside of that is that if you say heidi of north dakota shouldn't get money from democratic donors, does that mean that rick the republican that she ran against should end up winning that contest and so that is something, that is a dilemma that democrats have to have on this one particular vote is do i want someone who is with me 100% of the time if bill is trying to argue here or is it ok if this person is with me 80% of the time and it's good we have that north dakota a democrat instead of a republican? >> he said in his piece that heidi betrayed us. he goes on to say that when i think about the democrats i will focus on supporting in 2014 they include mary land rue of louisiana and kay haguen. >> and people can decide who they want to give money to and i do think there's going to be a lot of pressure and this is going to be the only pressure point democrats are saying we're not going to give you money. the dilemma though that bill dalies or
and former fbi investigator, bill daley, rejoins me. bill, if i'm in london and i know i'm planning a big marathon of my own and, actually, they get more runners than this -- [laughter] what do you do? what do you think? how do you plan? >> i'd probably tell you london, just coming off the heels of the olympics and not only that having to deal with decades of ir a-bombings around the city are very well accustomed to dealing with major events and concerns about packages that might be left and how to secure areas in and around major eventings. neil: but they brought back the garbage cans, right? they brought back the kinds of things they took off the streets in the heat of the ira bombings. not to the same degree, but i'm not saying they returned to business as normal, bill, but they kind of returned to that. should they pull back now or what? >> well, i can't speak to whether they've done it across the board, but i would probably tell you around major events like we've seen here in new york is that they've actually removed trash cans and other receptacles, actually let the litter fall in t
the current late slot occupied by carson daley who would move up appear hour. nol stranger to nbc and comedy having finished his run on "30 rock." "i don't know about alec baldwin. you know why? because of the commercials that he does. >> they are the worst. >> capitol one. >> yeah. >>ez a really good job on "thirty rock". >> i do, too. but he is kind of an ass in real life. >> and he gets very political? >> which is fine but he is sort of a jerk. always hear stories about him acting like a jerk in public. i don't know if people can relate to that. >> a little tricky there. yes, the big breaking news this morning is there is an announcement that the announcement, rather that pat toomey from pennsylvania, republican as you mentioned from west virginia, pat toomey have reached an agreement on being checks which will enable at least that part of the legislation, it looks like, as long as there is no filibuster maybe -- everything is condition conditional here, to get through the senate but what shape? what prospect does good gun safety legislation have
concerned about violence gunshots, cleaning up the crap of daley and whether or not jackson will get sentenced to prison. there is no effect at all. >> thank god we went on to a better, more intelligence caller. >> should have stuck with the first guy. >> first guy was at least correct. whatever. >> bill: actually, he's not totally correct. >> well, it is not fair. it is technically accurate at least. >> bill: the sequester was like 15 years ago they had a sequester. and then we know that the negotiations at the white house the congress, republicans were saying we gotta have something. we just can't do this thing and then somebody -- i think sperling -- not obama. it is ridiculous. >> if everyone in congress voted for it, i don't understand how that is even supposed to be an effective talking point. but there you are. i guess it is not effective. >> bill: it is a right wing talking point and it just keeps coming up by people who pretend to be neutral independent observers, right? >> i think they've had better. >> bill: right. on to steve's point, people that you saw down in roanoke t
. introducing the all-new, completely restyled subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. daley you can hardly get by without a computer nowadays and kids without access to technology have a tough time navigating our high tech world. that is why today's cnn hero used her retirement savings to buy a bus, load it with computers, and head to low income neighborhoods. take a look. >> i grew up in the segregated south. i actually started picking beans at age 6. i used to hear my father say if you get a good education you can get a good job. we knew that education was important. in today's time many of our children don't have computers at home and low income families don't have transportation to get to where the computers are. kids who don't have access to computers after school will be left behind. my name is estellea pyfrom. at age 71 i took my retirement savings to create a classroom to bring high tech learning to communities. >> all right. let's get onboard. estella's bus is a mobile learning center. are you ready to get on the computers? >> yes. >> we want to do what we can do to
that's one story. my second story which is really why to this day mayor daley will always have my heart and complete loyalty, and that was, again, as a single mom when i moved from the mayor's office to running the department of planning and development. early on i was in a meeting with him with susan scherr who was the first lady's chief of staff. she's, actually, the person who sent me michelle robinson's resumÉ to say she doesn't want to be if corporation council as a lawyer, maybe you should hire her in the mayor's us a. so we're sitting there, and he's a little intimidating. still even a little intimidating all these years later. but he was going on about something, and we were paying no attention. we were looking at our watches. so finally he realizes we are not listening to him, and he goes, well, would you like to explain to me what's so important that you guys are not paying any attention? and in a moment of truth i remember i looked at susan, and she looked at me, and i said the halloween parade starts in like 20 minutes, and it's 25 minutes away. and he said, well, then what
by mayor daley's son and people were told they would be relocated temporarily and brought back later on. nobody ever believed that would be the case and i don't know what happened to these people when the projects were dismantled and in washington and went to college there and came back and is absolutely amazed what has been accomplished. with the southwest and south least -- southeast people are displaced that you will be brought back. what happens to these people? where do they go? i just never understood what happens to these people in d.c. and washington. >> you said you don't understand? >> where did they go, where did they move to? i never understood because i did not see them come back. once the housing projects were dismantled i did not see the people coming back. the second question is with baltimore i know they try to do something similar but i don't see it happening but what is your view? what will happen to these folks? i don't see the same thing happening as sided with washington and chicago. >> i can give a couple of quick answers then i will yield to peter. the best guess
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